Foundations and New Paradigms of Brain Computing: Past, Present, and Future
A paradigm shift: autonomous adaptation to a changing world. There has been rapid progress over the past fifty years in modeling how brains control behavior; that is, in developing increasingly sophisticated and comprehensive computational solutions of the classical mind/body problem. Not surprisingly, such progress embodies a major paradigm shift, but one that is taking a long time to fully take hold because it requires a synthesis of knowledge from multiple disciplines, including psychology, neuroscience, mathematics, and computer science.
KeywordsSpatial Attention Object Category Change World Autonomous Adaptation Phonemic Restoration
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